I am not totally against players coming in from non league sides, after all some are good and need the break through.Justanordinaryfan wrote: June 20th, 2022, 4:15 pmTotally agree mate …. Not necessarily from the WPL though but again only my opinion.neilcork68 wrote: June 20th, 2022, 4:02 pmJustanordinaryfan wrote: June 20th, 2022, 3:33 pmNo not all muc …. My thoughts were that if a team is full of ex WPL players then that’s the level the team will prob aspire to be … my thoughts maybe not yours ?Exile 1976 wrote: June 20th, 2022, 2:32 pmJustanordinaryfan wrote: June 20th, 2022, 2:06 pmPerhaps I’m being a bit simplistic, but recruit a team of ex WPL players, and imo you get exactly that, a WPL team.Chepstow'sFine wrote: June 20th, 2022, 1:04 pmYeh exactly. I'd have a whole team of WPL and ex-Cardiff players if they were good enough. Why wouldn't you? If we were in the same league as Cardiff then you'd maybe have a point but they're literally leagues ahead of us.
So, your view being that every player in the WPL are only good enough for the WPL? There are many, many, many players playing at a lower level than their abilities that can, will, and do make leaps up the footballing ladder.
Ps I have many Ex WPL players as friends ….. much better players than I’d ever be, but I’d tell them to their faces …. I ain’t paying to watch you !! (Hopefully they’d get me some Comps anyway).
Ps - I was pleasantly surprised with Waite …. But it’s my feeling that I wouldn’t want 11 signings of the same ilk.
I would rather a side made up of 11 players trying to prove they are good enough than 'journeymen ' who's legs have gone
I don't think we should have too many, because after all they are at a lower level.
In fairness to Terry Wait, last season he made a good fist of it
However since the WLP is largely made up of teams from mid to North Wales, do any or many of them get snaffled up by the likes of Tranmere etc who are a lot closer to the North Wales WLP sides?